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Emergency Services Receive Cash Boost Courtesy of State Government

Thousands of dollars have been pumped into emergency services across Nillumbik. More than $190,000 was distributed to six CFA and SES units under the state government’s emergency services volunteer sustainability grants program. Wattle Glen CFA received $67,667 for a station upgrade including glass doors, retaining walls and sealing the car park. Nillumbik SES were handed

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Staying healthy in the heat

Queensland Health Prolonged hot weather can affect anybody. It may make existing medical conditions worse and can cause heat-related illness. In some cases heat effects may be fatal. It may also affect community infrastructure such as power supply and other support services. So it is important to know how to stay healthy in hot weather.

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New helipads on Overland Track to increase safety

Five new helipads have been built on the Overland Track to increase the safety of walkers and search and rescue aircrews. Parks and Wildlife Service acting Northwest Region manager Brendon Clark said the helipads have a working load of five tons and safer boardwalks for approaches and departures. They have replaced the former timber helipads

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